Niger Delta stakeholders should back Wike's war against illegal refineries - Dikio

1/16/2022 3:19:00 PM

Niger Delta stakeholders should back Wike's war against illegal refineries - Dikio

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Niger Delta stakeholders should back Wike 's war against illegal refineries - Dikio

The Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), Col. Milland Dixon Dikio (rtd), has thrown his weight behind the war against

Dikio who spoke at the weekend in Port Harcourt, Rivers State during the 50th-anniversary dinner and award night of the Port Harcourt Polo Club, said Wike’s effort should be complemented by all stakeholders in the region.In a statement signed on Sunday and sent to DAILY POST by his Special Adviser Media, Neotaobase Egbe, Dikio said illegal refineries were not the only cause of the environmental devastation in the region, insisting that other harmful practices were also responsible for polluting the environment.

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Dikio who spoke at the weekend in Port Harcourt, Rivers State during the 50th-anniversary dinner and award night of the Port Harcourt Polo Club, said Wike’s effort should be complemented by all stakeholders in the region. In a statement signed on Sunday and sent to DAILY POST by his Special Adviser Media, Neotaobase Egbe, Dikio said illegal refineries were not the only cause of the environmental devastation in the region, insisting that other harmful practices were also responsible for polluting the environment. Since then the collective prosperity and federal government developmental incentives to the region are being managed by one lion family led by Sen. He said: “I commend the Rivers State Governor, Wike, for taking on the issue of illegal oil refineries also known as kpofire head-on. 35, 36, 42, 46, 315 and transition constitution decree NO. But a lot of work still needs to be done. ADVERTISEMENT “We at PND hereby call on Senator Akpabio not to take us for granted and expedite actions to inaugurate the board for the benefit of all, anything less than that, we shall mobilise Niger Delta youths against him and the Interim Administrator who are sabotaging the collective interest of the Niger Delta people. Kpofire is not the only pollutant and so individually and collectively what are we doing, especially corporate organizations to reduce unwanted emissions into our environment”? Dikio also urged the people of the Niger Delta to stop bickering over the allotted percentage in the Petroleum Industry Act (PIA), saying opportunity would be created for future negotiation. On the shutdown of telecommunication networks in Zamfara, the lawmaker said the action was successful to a great extent as that helped in blocking the activities of informants, whom he said had always been a hindrance to the efforts of the security forces.

“I will say that instead of quarrelling about the percentage, we should be talking about what to do with the percentage we got, build on it and we can have another discussion after that”, Dikio said. Continuing, the group stated that, “in the same vein we are also calling on Pa E. 9 LFN 2004; Articles 1,2,7, 21 & 30 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of human rights; international covenant on civil and political rights. While reinforcing the PAP’s Train, Employ and Mentor (TEM), model, Dikio said in the next 10 years, the Niger Delta should have a critical mass that would make people of the region competitive in all spheres. He said: “We’re looking for partnerships with businesses that can train these ex-agitators and give them the required skills for employment in their businesses.” ADVERTISEMENT. “We in PAP will pay for the training. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from PUNCH. It is a partnership because we want those who train them to guarantee that they will employ them. Today, we're asking that you support us to do more.

“We are doing this which is a departure from the old model which only train people and put them back in the bloated unemployment market. We feel that is a waste of money and everybody’s time. It increases the anxiety level in the economy and the polity”. Earlier, the Chief Host, King Alfred Diette-Spiff, said the game of Polo was catching up in the South-South noting that contrary to what many people thought, Polo was no longer an elite game. Related Topics: .